Kathy Dipp is the third C21 Redwood Agent Recognized as a 'Relentless Agent'

By Tara L. Christianson on Dec 19, 2018 10:02:00 AM

We must breed them relentless here at CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty, as yet another of our real estate agents, Kathy Dipp, from our Arlington office, has been recognized with the “Relentless Agent Award” from CENTURY 21. Selected as one of only five of the franchise's independent sales professionals to receive this honor, CENTURY 21 is recognizing Kathy for her continued ability to defy mediocrity and deliver an extraordinary real estate experience to her clients of homebuyers and sellers.

The “Relentless Agent” award is based on third-party customer ratings and testimonials, as well as Kathy’s impact on her clients and customers and the number of sales combined. "Kathy's clients and customers told us emphatically that she went 'above and beyond' for them,” says CENTURY 21 President and CEO Nick Bailey, “and provided the deep-rooted knowledge, remarkability and extra-mile support they deserve from their real estate agent and company of choice.” It comes as no surprise to us, as Kathy’s dedication to her buyer and seller clients is well-known within our company and across the Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. area.

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The Question You're Probably Not Asking of Your Next Potential Brokerage

By Tara L. Christianson on Oct 1, 2018 1:22:32 PM

When it comes to choosing your next potential brokerage, many people focus on monetary offerings – commission splits, bonuses, and more – or on other enticements that might make them choose a brokerage as their next brokerage. There’s one question, though, that many agents don’t ask, and that’s about your potential next brokerage’s agent retention rate.

Why is that important?

There are many reasons real estate agents may think it’s time to make a change in their brokerage, including lack of support, high or incomprehensible fee structures, insufficient education, a lag in keeping up with innovation, and isolation from their wider community. But it’s harder to pin down why real estate agents choose to stay with their brokerages.

One reason many agents stay with their brokerage is that they’ve found a brokerage who isn’t afraid to work on expanding their agents’ brand instead of their own. For example, many long-term agents at CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty admire our focus on enhancing our agents’ brands and letting them fly.

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CENTURY 21 Celebrates C21 Redwood's Relentless Agents

By Tara L. Christianson on Aug 6, 2018 8:44:50 AM

relentless /rɪˈlent·ləs/: adjective - continuing in a determined way without any interruption

When CENTURY 21 launched their new branding, their mission behind it was to, “Defy mediocrity and deliver extraordinary experiences.” Along with this mission statement, they vowed to recognize CENTURY 21 agents who already embodied that spirit in their real estate business in a relentless fashion - agents who continue their quest for buyer and seller client satisfaction in a determined way, without pause or hesitation.

And they chose not just one, but TWO CENTURY 21 Redwood agents as personifications of that spirit. Like many of their fellow CENTURY 21 Redwood agents, Arlington agents Brittany Camacho and Matt Leighton defy mediocrity and deliver extraordinary experiences for their real estate clients every day, so it was no surprise they both were chosen to represent CENTURY 21 and C21 Redwood Realty on a national platform as part of CENTURY 21’s integrated cross-channel media partnership with ESPN.

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Making the Most Out of Your Zillow and Trulia Profiles

By Tara L. Christianson on Jun 8, 2018 10:50:00 AM

Whether real estate agents like it or not, prospective buyers and sellers are still searching for homes, and for their next listing and buyers agents, on Zillow and Trulia. That’s why having your real estate agent profile fully filled out on those sites is so important, and why encouraging reviews on those sites still matters. 

Fortunately, getting started with creating an agent profile on Zillow and Trulia is actually a one-step process. Since Zillow bought Trulia back in 2015, there’s been a great symbiosis between the companies, and now you only have to fill in your information when you register through Zillow to have it also show up on Trulia’s site. Even better, the reviews you collect on Zillow will also automatically feed to Trulia, so you don’t have to make any extra effort.

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